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CBS
Sep 12, 2010 10:30am EDT
us now from westchester ohio, house republican leader john boehner. mr. boehner, if the republicans do take the house you in all probability will be the new speaker. the president is already trying to make you the face of the republican party. he mentioned you by name eight times the other day in a speech in your home state. here's what he said. >> there were no new policies from mr. boehner. there were no new ideas. there was just the same philosophy that we had already tried during the decades that they were in power. the same philosophy that led to this mess in the first place. cut more taxes for millionaires. cut more rules for corporations. >> schieffer: what about that? >> well, listen, you know, the president says no new ideas. we've offer him new ideas for the last 20 months. and speaking of new, i wonder what's new about more stimulus spending, more taxes and more uncertainty for american small businesses. that's what the president is proposing. what's new about that? if the president wants to get serious and wants to do something new why don't we cut spending and get rid o
CBS
Sep 19, 2010 10:30am EDT
surprise winner in the delaware senate primary. well, she canceled on us yesterday. she said she had scheduling conflicts and couldn't be here. we're going to have more on that later and we're going to play the tape that began making the rounds friday night in which she said she once dabble in witch craft. i'm serious. first to former president bill clinton. mr. president, thank you for coming. welcome to the broadcast. this week you're bringing together business leaders, world leaders, thinkers from 90 countries. i think the last i heard 40 sitting presidents and prime ministers from around the world all getting together to talk about your clinton global initiative the most serious problems facing the world and how we can take action against them. you've had some remarkable successes with this over the years. let me just ask you first, what do you think you'll be concentrating on this year? >> well, this year we'll be focusing a lot on the economic challenges facing people all around the world including in the united states. and what, if anything, the private people who come her
CBS
Sep 26, 2010 10:30am EDT
that it makes us the most prosperous people in human history. they don't want to walk away from it. so i think the widespread sentiment is that we don't want to change america. we want to fix the things that are wrong in america. the tea party movement is an expression of that sentiment. >> schieffer: all right. well what is it? you have said over and over you're coming here to challenge republicans and democrats. what in your view have the republicans done wrong? >> remember the republicans had a majority in washington for the better part of 10 to 12 years. they didn't fulfill some of the promises they had made in '94 when they were elected things like a balance bunk it amendment. things like banning earmarks like term limits. these are fundamental things among others that people are looking for from washington. if you say you're going to do that and you get elected then do it. there's got to be some level of accountability. unfortunately politics today are full of people that think they can say or do anything because once they get elected they think they'll raise so much money th
CBS
Sep 5, 2010 10:30am EDT
skeptical. i think some businesses would find it useful but the business community i think would be skeptical saying is this really going to help me make a decision about going out and hiring a person. >> reporter: gretchen, let me ask you this. this whole idea of the president talking about moving in the right direction, wanting to pick up the pace. is there a pre-dominant idea of what it is that is hindering the economy from catching fire? >> definitely. it is debt. we had a debt bing the likes that we have hardly ever seen before. frankly, harry, it just takes a long, long time to get that out of the system. we're still really working down the debt that homeowners took on. it's a difficult and really excrutiating process. you can't do it overnight. >> smith: which brings up the whole idea, gretchen, of this debate is now the time to continue cutting taxes if there is this overwhelming deficit out there? >> well, i think what you have to worry about immediately is job creation. let's just forget about the deficit for the moment because when you have the unemployment rate where it
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